Vintage Santa Bingo Christmas Greeting Card

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Hey there Peeps! Did I ever tell you how much I love adding GSL chippies to my Christmas projects? Well I do…..so much. And I can alter them for any style so that makes them pretty much the perfect embellishment. For this card I’m mixing a bit of vintage with a bit of retro and I think it’s pretty fabulous!

Vintage Santa Bingo Greeting Card

 

I used the chipboard to create a bit of a frame for this Santa image.

 

I choose the colors to coordinate with the papers.

 

And layered them up to create a lovely focal point on this card.

Then topped it off with gorgeous flowers and holiday embellishments.

A bit of ribbon and vintage buttons and voila…Christmas perfection : )

 

I selected the chippies and wiped them down to prepare them for altering.

Embossing powder is a great way to add detail. I’m using silver for the frame and metallic red for the berries.

I finished the snowflakes in white with a sparkly top coat and the stars in chartreuse because it’s fun to say and it looks very vintagy.

Here’s the pan for the arrangement. It looks so festive!!!

Loving the retro and vintage style mixed up.

Polly’s Paper Studio~ Vintage Santa Bingo Christmas Greeting Card

Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts~Layered Frame Bella Round, Snowflake Shape Set, Winter Shapes Set, Deco Stars.

Really Reasonable Ribbon~Satin Swiss Dots on Red, White Rose Bud, Red Rose Bud, Mums Cream, White Open Roses, Red Aster Daisy, White Spiral Stamens.

Okay that’s all for me. Wishing everyone a happy and productive day : ) G

One response »

  1. I really need to add a few more vintage buttons to my embellishment stash. You always use them is just the right places. Nice!

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